In A League of Their Own

South Korea to host qualifying tournament for LPGA’s US Women’s Open – How many spots do you think they will get?

International Qualifying To Be Introduced For U.S. Women’s Open

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5 Responses to In A League of Their Own

  1. Frank Michaels says:

    So much for the US in the name US OPEN … have a 6th major and call it the INTERNATIONAL … rotate the venue from country to country …

  2. Ozz says:

    Frank, it’s Qualifying tournaments for the US Open. International Qualifying tournaments for the mens British Open have been happening for about the last 5 years or more. A small number of spots are allocated to each International qualifying site.

    They have them in the US for the mmens Britsih Open. We have in Australia a qualifying tournament for 2 spots in the British Open. It saves on costs for those who would have to travel to the Host Country to qualifyand reduces numbers qualifying at participating sites in the Host Country. Once you try and qualify internationally and miss out, you cannot qualify again for that year.

  3. Ozz says:

    2014 The “British” Open – Qualification

    The Open Qualifying Series will comprise 14 events in nine countries on five continents and will offer players the opportunity to qualify for golf’s oldest Major Championship at prestigious events on the PGA Tour, the European Tour, the Sunshine Tour, the Australasian Tour and the Japan Golf Tour

    http://www.theopen.com/en/Qualification.aspx

  4. lawyergolfer says:

    oz, tell me you aren’t equating the qualifying for mens British Open with a local qualifier in Korea for the US Open..really…the Koreans have all the money, let them use some of it

    • Ozz says:

      No, I’m not equating the 2 tournaments. But it would appear the USGA is taking on board the system that they use for the British Open. You may find that the USGA might do the same for the mens US Open in the future.

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